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EUROGIP Annual Activity Report 2014

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EUROGIP publishes its Annual Activity Report 2014 to find out all about its activities:

  • surveys on work accidents and occupational diseases in Europe, 
  • projects of Community interest,
  • information,
  • external relations and communication,
  • standardization in health and safety at work,
  • coordination of notified bodies for PPEs and Machinery.


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BELGIUM: what to expect from occupational illnesses in 2022

In 2022, around 38,500 people received compensation for permanent disability due to an occupational disease. And nearly 13,000 workers (private sector and provincial or local administrations, APL) filed a claim for compensation; 211 deaths were recognised, 73% of which were due to asbestos, 17% to silicosis and 10% to other diseases. These are the findings of the Fedris “Statistical Report on Occupational Diseases” 2022.



FINLAND: the number of accidents at work rose in 2021

In 2021, more than 91,159 accidents at work occurred in Finland, around 4,500 more than in 2020. As in the previous year, construction workers (10,787), care and health service workers (9,367) and machine shop and foundry workers (7,162) were most affected.